Chapter News

Announcing our 2020 Board Members!

WEN OK is excited to announce our slate of 2020 board members, including those who will be new to the Board (designated by an asterisk). Our Board members represent many companies and leadership levels across our great state. Congratulations to the following 2020 board members!

  • Past President, Natalie Martin, Enable Midstream Partners
  • President, Jamie Matlock, Devon Energy
  • President Elect, Mandy Fuller, Devon Energy
  • Secretary, Monica Aguilar, Tapstone Energy*
  • Treasurer, Maria Moore, Chesapeake Energy*
  • Executive Membership Director, Susan Shons, Deloitte
  • Community Initiatives Director OKC, Maria Simpson, Chesapeake Energy*
  • Community Initiatives Director Tulsa, MarShondrai Adams, Williams Companies*
  • Marketing Director, April Gonzalez, Gonzalez Partners
  • Marketing Director, Carrie Clark, Stinnett & Associates*
  • Membership Director, Shannon Crutcher, Enable Midstream Partners
  • Program Development Director OKC, Paige Ross, ONEGas*
  • Program Development Director OKC, Darsha Watkins, Basic Energy Services*
  • Program Development Director Tulsa, Helen Callahan, Explorer Pipeline Company*
  • Program Development Director Tulsa, Andrea Garner, Pipeline Equipment, Inc.*

Please help us welcome our new 2020 board members as they continue to build on the momentum of our growing chapter.

Greater Oklahoma Wins Outstanding Chapter Program Award 2019

Award Photo

The Women’s Energy Network of Greater Oklahoma is proud to announce that we won the Outstanding Chapter Program Award for our STEM Energy 2.0 Program at the 2019 WEN National Conference in Denver, Colorado. WEN OK President, Natalie Martin, accepted the award from National WEN President, Erin McGee and our WEN OK Community Initiatives/STEM Chair, Maria Simpson, was also in attendance.

Our program was selected as the best in the nation for the Women’s Energy Network Chapters! Under the direction of Susan Shons, Director of Community Initiatives/STEM, approximately 20 WEN OK volunteers across seven Oklahoma-based energy companies contributed to the design, development and delivery of the pilot energy-focused STEM curriculum. Plans are underway to extend the program for the upcoming school year in the OKC and Tulsa areas.

We’d like to give a special shout out to ONEGas as a partial sponsor of the STEM program. Their sponsorship, along with our other Chapter sponsors help WEN OK make programs like this possible. If you’re interested in volunteering, sponsoring or just need more information, reach out at [email protected]


Photos provided by Jonathan Phillips Photography.